35 Burst results for "T. bo"
Google Search Console API as the New Table Stakes With Noah Learner
"Talk about a google search consoles. Api you know. I think of what's on google. Search console is being directionally interesting. I understand if my sites being crawled. I can get a sense of what are the queries and position and rank. I never know what to do with half of this stuff. And just doesn't seem very actionable. And i always look at it. I'm like wow. This date is really powerful. Bo what do i do so talk to me about a how you're able to make it so performance and then be what are some of the takeaways you can glean from pulling data out of google search console. So how did we make it so performance so the first thing that we did was we knew we had to get the data up into big query or another database platform like it because that is a data source would be screaming fast and data studio so learning all the technology to get the data from an api into big query. Was kind of that sweet spot or the skull that was necessary in terms of what we actually learned from looking at all the data which is really the important part in. What how we make it. Actionable there's a couple care is that i think are really important. To focusing on the first is this concept of position bucking and that's where you can look at The query neural by position. And then we split up all the serbs into different segments whether it's page one positions one through ten or striking distance which depending on the type of agency that we're working with might be positions four through fifteen if the really all about getting stuff into the local pack or maybe in if there were mainly inorganic than its position six through fifteen so position but getting like crazy powerful. The next thing is this concept of striking distance which i just sort of alluded to is trying to find all the queries that are just on the edge of being super visible and being Look at them analyze them and then understand what we need to do by adding content in meaningful ways on page to drive results for those striking distance. The third thing that i think is really killer and something. I'm really proud of. Is this concept of multi-layered filtering. So you'll have your data and then have unp teen different ways to filter it really quickly so you can go from all of the data to actionable insights really
Bichette HRs, Drives in 5; Ray Fans 13 as Jays Beat Rays 6-3
"The blue jays are thirteen into this month after Bo Bichette and Robbie ray led them to a six three victory over the rays bishop put Toronto ahead to stay with a three run Homer in the first inning just trying to be aggressive put my best swing on in I mean he threw the same pitch earlier just a little bit lower than the next summer as I was able to get to it so yeah just a good swing he also finished with five RBIs adding a sacrifice fly and an RBI single raised twelve M. five after striking out thirteen and holding Tampa Bay to a run and four hits over seven innings lowering his AL best ERA to two point six four he took over the ale strikeout lead and blank the alias leaders until Mike Zunino homered in the fifth inning I'm Dave Ferrie
Guerrero Hits MLB-Leading 45th HR, Blue Jays Rout Rays 8-1
"Vladimir Guerrero junior belted his major league leading forty fifth home run and Alek Manoah set a career high by pitching eight shutout innings in the blue jays eight one trouncing of the race but now allowed just one hit walked none and struck out ten in the morning for the first time since August eleventh Tasker Hernandez had his first career five hit game to help the jays improved to twelve and one this month Bo Bichette smacked his twenty fourth home run of the season on the route Tampa Bay lost for the fourth time in five games and it's five in seven this month after going twenty one and six in August I'm Dave Ferrie
Jays Beat Yanks for 8th Straight, 1/2 Game Back in Wild Card
"The Toronto Blue Jays won their eighth straight game to move to within a half game of the Yankees the last AL wild card berth by beating New York six to four it was the Yankee six straight loss the jays again jumped out to an early lead on a solo home run in the top of the first by Bo Bichette Randal Grichuk solo Homer made it to nothing in the fifth after Anthony Rizzo had a two run Homer to tie it at two in the six Toronto took the lead for good in the seventh on a single by bishop we feel like everybody can contribute in a lot of different ways anybody everybody can get anybody out there on the mound you know any of contents like that on your teammates it's not only fun but you know makes it easier on everybody this was the first four game series since nineteen twenty four in which the Iraqis never held the lead I'm Tom Merriam
Ray Fans 10, Blue Jays Finish 3-Game Sweep of Struggling A's
"The blue jays blanked the athletics eight nothing to complete a three game sweep and win for the seventh time in eight games Robbie ray struck out ten while pitching one hit ball into the seventh inning these two hundred twelve strikeouts this season are second in the American League of the like the fast bowler's was really good today I felt like the command of it on both sides of the plate I feel like you had an extra gear to today so I I really really feel like I leaned heavy on that Marcus Semien belted his thirty fifth home run I'll hydro cricket three run shot off loser call urban and Bo Bichette went four for four with an RBI and two runs scored the days of dropped fourteen of twenty since twenty twelve of fifteen Oakland and Toronto are now four games behind the red Sox for the second AL wild card I'm the ferry
New York Man Pleads Guilty to Hacking and Stealing Nude Pics
"New unofficial windows patch fixes more petite po tam attack vectors a second unofficial patch for the petite po tam vulnerability which allows a threat actor to force a windows server domain controller to authenticate against an. Nt relay server has been released to fix issues not addressed by microsoft's official security update the petite bottom bug tracked as cv dish. Twenty twenty one dash three six nine. Four two was partially fixed by microsoft's august twenty twenty one patch tuesday update but unfortunately it is still possible to abuse petite bo tam using e f s rpc functions that were not addressed zero patch micro patching service has released an unofficial patch. That can be used to block. All known petite potassium alum relay attacks and windows server. Twenty nineteen twenty sixteen twenty twelve in two thousand eight. Our two for those who wish to wait. For an official patch from microsoft petite bottom attacks can be defended against using nets h rpc filters that block remote access to the f. s. Rpc service new york man sentenced to prison for stealing student's nude photos after hacking their accounts. The justice department announced on thursday. That nicholas farber of rochester. New york has been sentenced to three years in federal prison. For hacking. The accounts of dozen female suny plattsburgh students to excess private nude photos farber. Who is a suny plattsburgh. Grad worked with co-conspirator michael fish to access the students school email accounts between twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen fish gained access to at least one account by guessing the answers to victim security questions farber then used their credentials to ex's facebook snapchat in cloud accounts from which he stole private nude photographs movies which he then traded online with others farber was charged with computer fraud and aggravated identity theft and has been ordered to pay just over thirty five thousand dollars in restitution to the school fish also pled guilty to several related charges and his sentencing is set for november third the school implemented multisector authentication all email accounts after the incident
Is Shohei Ohtani 'The New Babe Ruth' or Something Entirely New?
"Here is passing. Never seen a player like shohei ohtani babe. Ruth was playing against pitchers who were thrown eighty-five miles an hour. Shohei otani is doing this. Against an average fastball of ninety three point five miles per hour average breaking ball. That's unlike anything babe ruth ever saw on top of that he is facing hitters on the pitching mound who were better than they have ever been also and the fact that he has a two point seven nine. Era now in one hundred things which the third best in the american league while at the same time leading all of baseball with forty home runs. It sounds ridiculous because is ridiculous. We have not seen anyone like this in history and the only thing that i hope for greenie is that shohei ohtani can stay healthy because that is all. That's keeping him from being brilliant year after year after year so greatest individual major league baseball season of any player. certainly in our lifetimes. right. I think so. I mean 'cause pitching is a completely different skill than hitting. This isn't i mean to me. It's almost akin to bo jackson playing two different sports. Yes dion sanders like it's. It's almost two different sports to be that good as a pitcher and that goes here.
Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional
"Talk about daca. Yeah what has to be done with this because this that was that was literally on concentrated. This circuit is says it's illegal constitutional so we need to follow the fifth circuit court citizen constitutional and get rid of dhaka right. But here's here's marcy. Just actually penned an unconstitutional correct policy. That's correct was unconscious illegal. And we've been saying that finally circuit said so the last thing that's really really critical is what's called the episode the floor settlement agreement. That's his lower levels blame. The flora shows four settlement agreement. Says that if you're unaccompanied minor family the border patrol digest. We can't keep it for more than twenty days and we told them in the core proceedings. That's crazy. It takes a minimum of sixty to ninety days to get through immigration. Hearing for those that are in custody which says we'll be priority and the judge said. Don't care twenty days bo catch and release began. That's what began. Mpp got rid of that. So look you gotta do address. Tv pra address credible. Fear reinstitute get rid of an address the four settlement agreement so we can detain piano in one bill. One bill one bill. And the last thing i have to say because i have to say this for my brothers and sisters is detention. Detentions blaine look. We have to have a system of consequences. We can't allow people to come here legally and then there's no consequences. We have shown that if you detained somebody while you're going through immigration proceedings. One is guess what once they find out that they're claim valid yet to get them right because you have them right. But here's what you see the phenomenon. Will you start doing that. Guess what happens to the numbers. I would imagine they plummet exactly anytime you play consequences or you show them that. You're not going to be released into the country. The numbers down
Glorious Goodwood: A Review
"Gonna talk about some of the big talking points from the last seven days firstly old touch upon something that you alluded to in your monday column late and that was the atmosphere at goodwood. Amort what you think. It means for racing funds going forward. Just shed some light on how you found edward over the past week. And what you sort of uncovered why exposed into a family is slightly slightly difficult for me. Because a the price we spend most of our time at any rate scores in the press room. I'm particularly good. Yo yo an elevated pressroom above Abetting all really see a huge part from when you gain today the winners and clashes got quote. You really get the the whole rice gore experience but experience for some rice goes particularly on friday was definitely Very disagreeable a fight broke out before the the final race on friday. I spoke to my acre bo. Brown of western racing. Who had a vantage point of everything that went on pretty much. Assume is it full guy started laying into two other guys and two guys joined the four guys who is six onto a scrap in. Shoot that In front of the grand stands that then concluded the the the two guys who'd been bashed around my she got up a burst themselves down them. One of the six guys were stood by bose betting pitch to which another guy approached him and said that was brave of you. Six two and the guy who said i got punched very hard. Indeed landed on the tarmac with his head making com contact with the tarmac There was a lot of blood bo- and other people who are on the scene said it took a long time will too long in their opinion for security to get them from medics please to get there in the end. The guy for some reason didn't want to press charges after he got up and recovered as possessing tara his decision but The culprit was arrested. Anna case will go on from there. It's not the first time an incident happened at good. This certainly wasn't the worst three years ago. Nine people ended up getting prison sentences after a mass brawl at the race. Course we've seen similar disturbances at newbury in the not too distant past a tool and i think i i just reference in in my column on monday and some collins connect with people some. This one is at an awful lot of feedback with many other people expressing their concern the atmosphere on race cool particularly on days with with big crowds the summa flat festivals People greatly concerned about alcohol. Consumption greatly concerned about drug. Taking on the racecourse in the racecourse toilets even though the sniffer dogs big rice. He's not including at goodwood on sats minute carries on at people talking about the mother is schools is where they have found the atmosphere unacceptable. And of course the danger is not only as a lot of the behavior. That's going on Illegal and very concerning but it will alienate the audience within horse race and that goes racing to watch
Bichette Homers, Jays Beat Royals 6-4 in Toronto Return
"Playing in Toronto for the first time in nearly two years the Bluejays picked up a six four win over the Royals Bo Bichette belted a two run Homer and Teoscar Hernandez added a solo shot in the jays first home game in Canada since September twenty nineteen George Springer had three hits an RBI in his first home game north of the border Hernandez opened the scoring with the first pitch Homer off Royals lefty Daniel Lynch to begin the second right hander rust rippling allowed two runs and four hits in five and a third innings to snap a three start winless skid I'm Dave Ferrie
Red Sox Rally Late for 2nd Straight Game, Beat Blue Jays 5-4
"Alex Verdugo worked his eighth inning magic for the second straight game this time delivering a two run Homer as the red Sox rally to beat the blue jays five four for Dugas blast came a day after he led off the eighth with a double to break up a no hitter that double spark Boston's five run rally in a five four win over the Yankees Boston's Rafael Devers added a solo Homer in the four year anniversary of his first major league blast Bo Bichette hit a two run Homer for fourth place Toronto which fell ten and a half games behind in the east Boston's lead in the AL east as one and a half games over the race I'm Dave Ferrie
Hernández Hits 2 of Toronto's 5 Homers in 10-3 Win Over Mets
"They Oscar Hernandez slammed to the blue jays five home runs in a ten three romp over the Mets George Springer Marcus Semien a Bo Bichette each homered for the blue jays whoever took the giants for the MLB lead with one hundred forty nine home runs Semien one eleven pitch battle driving a three two breaking ball over the left field wall for his twenty fourth home run of the season that extended the lead to six nothing and chase Taijuan Walker out of the game the loss keep cemex we've in the NL east of four games with the Braves and Phillies now tied for second I'm Dave Ferrie
"t. bo" Discussed on Now Try This
"Like at least. This is how i always feel. I always feel like. I'm either on the brink of everything falling apart or i'm on the cusp of good things right. It never feels completely good in every appeals. You're you never cured of your mental issues so it always feels kind of like you're on the precipice so that feeling of being on the precipice and then the pandemic happening. It happened for so many people. I mean when you're when you're working through stop. It's it's constant work. It's constant struggle and it's always constant of this next one after this after this next week next month next year next year is going to be my near. Yeah actually. I'm going to focus on this next year. So i can't imagine how many people myself included in that in toward twenty twenty. We were sitting there and it was like okay. Okay this is gonna be. This is going to be what's happening. And then the world shuts down. But i like like bo burnham in a way that it is relatable that we all got second side we have to figure out what we're gonna do in and course correct our entire distance. A lot of people made the most of it too. And i feel like bo. Burnham is one of those people that definitely had had the opportunity to sit down and really unfortunately or fortunately for us sit and reflect and look at himself figure out who he was the person and what everything means to him. And what's going on in the world right so interesting. Yeah because what you just said. I think is super. I know if it's most people. I don't know the statistics. But i do know that when you do look at us. Ticks of people who faced unemployment during the pandemic and now a lot of markets are having trouble bringing people back to work and the right wing would. Have you believe that people are lazy and just want to collect checks but when you look at the statistics there are states. That took away the extra unemployment and their problems didn't get better because with a year all these people for the first time in their lives. Most of them to lack right. We got a chance to reflect it who we were. What was important. I'll we wanted to spend our time. Yeah in bo. Burnham is the same way and he decided to spend his time making us laugh. And you also. I feel like we could talk about ourselves for quick sec. Entered the pattern. You talk about me. You could talk about you. But moss way man you like you put your you put an effort. You quit your job. You changed your life. You're putting you in in harm's way and and you you you made a change and that was incredibly hard to do because burnham talks about it in this special that waking up and deciding to put on your shoes in gret dressed during the pandemic was a hard thing to fucking. Do i really that depression. I related that so much. I lost eighty pounds over the pandemic completely changed my lifestyle and my life learned how to cook. Quit my job realize that i need to perform it now and here i time saying it on the podcast. I just had an audition. And i landed your boys going to be performing off broadway improv. I'm gonna be doing comedy so like pandemic didn't thank you if the pandemic didn't happen if i didn't have time to reflect on what was going on i wouldn't be here. I wouldn't be healthy. I wouldn't be happy. I wouldn't be performing again. I wouldn't be doing those things. So you're you're completely right and it's funny that you said the pants thing because one of the ways that i kept my mental acuity during the pandemic was i gave myself small victories every day during the pandemic i was one of the few people i put on jeans or pants every single day. I didn't walk around in shorts. I did not walk around. In sweats. I was like i need to wake up and shower. Anita put on pants start my day as a chance to just completed everything. What about you how. How was your how is it. How is how were you doing before during and after now you don't have to get into depth by what your mental illnesses are or how it affected you can but i do wanna know how you were before during and after sure before we get into what the specialist. Because that's what the special is right. One hundred percent the special enemies talking about these things reflecting your self respecting on your own to health. And it's about our funding. Yeah specifically but also the ways in which he is a relatable person and so as someone who has dealt with mental health issues my whole life. I've a- pandemic. Wasn't that bad for me like i feel lucky. I really had more freedom than i've ever had. Because i feel like. I've i'm stuck in this corporate chain and i'm having to to go to work do this and spend so much time and energy on projects that i honestly don't give two shits about and when i was working from home i got to relax and i got to spend time with my girlfriend who. I was happy to be spending time with and watch tv. While i'm working and cook more. And i would go on runs on my lunch break. Because i i at home and i can change quickly and shower and i trained for marathon ran the marathon and did really well and i just so many things but i put you on blast about it. Sure like i was in a bad place in the pandemic. Let me go to a good place. You were in a good place when the pandemic started because the work you had done the two or three years before that marcus. You also lost an incredible amount of weight. Change your life. You added at least two decades to your life. You had done this. You're seriously you have done that. You went to therapy. Started working on your issues. You self-afflicted reflected instead. I'm not happy. And i would like to be an you started to do the work. That's what the special is about right like that was able to turn the face at and for people like you were doing the work. You should be so fucking proud. Because marcus how could you could you the head of the pandemic i've years ago. Oh i would myself one hundred percent. I'm not laughing. Because i know you're serious. Yeah i am serious because of the work. You fucking yes. It is true it is true. I appreciate that. But that's the thing too. Because i feel like the the pandemic was so hard and everyone but in such a way that is relatable and have varied so greatly. But it's shared trauma that we all have now because we've all had to kind of deal with a major life change. It is to find us on anything that shared experience that we all have is. What makes his comedy special. So good right because it's this. It's this thing that people are having a hard time talking about and discussing. Comedians are joking about it in a way. That is entertaining right now. People want to ignore it. People want to forget about people. Don't handle it. most people can't figure it out. They can try but they can't figure it out. Most people can't figure out how to navigate a compensation regarding covid end and all that stuff especially since there's so much like political shit around it too. I feel like the only person i've seen even remotely well as chapelle did a little bit. When he was like like he had that whole diatribe for five minutes where he wasn't even fucking trying to be funny and he wasn't really funny just talking about. Did you see that. He was at a light comedy show and it was comedy show and he would just like look. I'm just gonna talk for like a couple of minutes. Talked about what was going on and it would just like super like it was like this right. I would totally put dave chapelle dave shabazz one of the best comedians ever. Maybe the best. That's currently alive. I'm not saying bo burnham and him are the same. But i am saying they both have that thing of self actualization about their comedy right like they know what it means. They know their purpose in it. And they know like bo burnham he made the special because she needed it and he needed to share it. And that's what art is so it's it's.
Chinese Astronauts Make First Spacewalk Outside New Station
"Two astronauts have made the first at the space walk outside China's new orbital space station the two men you bombing and Tang Hong Bo was shown on Chinese state TV climbing out of the adult as US road possible Hein then the task was to set up cameras and other equipment using a fifty foot long robotic com the astronauts spent eighty seven now is outside the station they arrived June seventeenth for three month mission aboard China's that orbital station the expedition is part of an ambitious space program that landed a robot rover malls in may I'm Karen Thomas
Khloe Kardashian Reveals Exactly What Plastic Surgery She's Had
"You. Guys by the chance wash kardashian reunion last night. I didn't get to yet. Just because i like to watch with no commercials but i'm so okay. Well i'm going to spoil it for you because the got crazy last night because khloe kept it all the way one hundred when talking about her insecurities and secure security monday and even at all those wild plastic surgery rumors take a look. Everyone says oh my gosh. She had her third face transplant. But i've had one nose job and everyone gets so upset. Like why don't i talk about it. No one's ever asked me. I've done sure injections not really bo talks. When the show. I started i was very sincere very secure and then during the first couple seasons i became insecure because of the public Opinions of myself than i had. I think a good run of being secure. And then i think recently become now insecure again really crazy is that she said everybody talks about my face and all these surgeries but no one ever asked. Those were my exact. It's so interesting because people speculate people writing articles. They're doing before and after he's actually said to her in an interview. Hey listen the public is really curious. Everybody's really invested in you. Have you ever gotten something done. Have you felt you know. That's the thing and she doesn't owe anybody any sort of explanation
Hernández Hits 2 of Jays' 8 HRs in 18-4 Rout of Red Sox
"Tasker Hernandez belted a pair of three run homers over the green monster to the blue jays eight home runs in eighteen to four router the red Sox more games like the one that has today with six RBIs because that they don't want to pitch to bloody because it is more than on fire right now and I think they'd rather pay stormy flooding here Guerrero junior Bo Bichette orders Gurriel junior Cavan Biggio ready tell as a Marcus Semien also went deep a day after Toronto homered five times at Fenway Simeon ran his road hitting streak to twenty six games they should have four of Toronto's season high eighteen heads and Guerrero Hernandez and Gurriel each had three center Bogart's Bobby Dalbec homered for Boston I'm Dave very
Blue Jays Slug 5 Homers in 7-2 Victory Over Red Sox
"The Bluejays belted five home runs three coming in the fifth inning of a seven to win over the red Sox Vladimir Guerrero junior slammed his major league leading twentieth home run pleasing manager Charlie Montorio isn't complete player he's a big guy buddy rose fast good hands above average power doesn't strike out for a big guy is doing it all Marcus Semien hit a two run shot to extend his club record road hitting streak to twenty five games Bo Bichette Cavan Biggio and Reese McGuire also homered for the jays who handed the red Sox their third loss in ten games Stephen match truck at eight while holding Boston to four hits and a run over five and two thirds Nick Pivetta gave up a season high six runs and surrendered a career high for home runs I'm the ferry
Bo Bichette Leads Resilient Blue Jays Past Braves Again, 8-4
"The blue jays put together a four run ninth to beat the Braves eight four Bo Bichette had two hits and three RBIs including a go ahead two run double in the ninth Cavan Biggio doubled twice and had two RBIs for the jays who trail to nothing for three before posting their tenth comeback win of the season the Bluejays completed a sweep of the six game season series which included three comeback wins this week the brace finished the game without Ronald could you junior he led off the bottom of the first with a Homer but jammed his left ankle trying to beat out a grounder later in the game a knew his day to day I'm Dave Ferrie
Is My Botox Wearing Off Faster?
"Know that they say bo talks lasts between two and munson. Find that it really. I met like the two month mark now. Is that like you feel like it. Starting you were you were off longer. And then it started lasting lasts less than ass over that chen happens. There's many different explanations for that. And i don't think that it's one reason there's many different reasons. The first one that. I feel that miss people fail to notice is that were aging every single day. So if you let's say like twenty units a year ago even or like three years ago. You're certainly going to need more today than yesterday. You know there's a lot that we can do for prevention to slow the aging process but the reality is aging. There's lots of things you could do to help prevent it or slow it down but it's still going to happen. And the other thing is occasionally very rarely people to develop resistance to these neuro-toxins. There's different ones that are on the market of available. I always say that if you feel that you know what isn't working as well maybe try another one right And the ones. That the chew that i mainly use dischord imbo. Talks are few others on the market that i don't offer my practice. But i mean nate. Maybe i'm going to switch it up to disparate We'll see you know. I also have another theory too. Because the last time i went my was like you know a lot of my patients are saying that and i almost wonder if it is sort of the peleton call phenomenon right because we're all exercising a lot more. I may be metabolising it
"t. bo" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Scene. One apple take to hi. This is joanie tomato and today we have in both welsh who is production designer of the unfortunate. Got it wrong here. It's important series of titles. Hi this is tony tomato. Today i have bo welch. Who is the production designer on a series of unfortunate events airing on netflix. Of course some of my favorite movies. Batman returns edward scissorhands just to name a few welcome. It's great to talk to you like you're doing fantastic work on this show as well. I thank you very much. I'm honored and boy Lovely introduction thanks. No thank you. I gotta ask you about about the show and i get the feeling you kind of have a little bit of a gothic soap like for example for the austere academy having the dorms in the shape of tombstones and things like that that came from somewhere didn't it. Yeah but that actually was in the source material. Where the the the bill. The buildings were described as tombstones although it becomes a blur between the source material the script and my collaboration with vary sonnenfeld. With whom done a lot of work. I honestly i think it was in the source material or might have been in one of the little illustrations in the book hinting at that shape so i made it much more pronounced and deliberate. But yes. Yeah they are. Yeah that's great and you kinda went to hate to say that word because it kind of fits but kind of old school with the with the church with school itself not with tombstones but obviously in design to make it kind of like a an older established academy. Yeah i think the concept was at one time it probably was one of the finest private boarding schools you know in in the world. Let's say or in the country and that it has that it had fallen on hard times and fallen into disrepair and I think by by starting with something that feels solid and in order to show run down. It's it's great. Start start with something that has dignity he the hell out of it and i'll tell you do deconstruction. So well like in. Batman returns with arctic world and in series of unfortunate events with the carnival. So i must be a lot of fun to to destroy things a little bit. You nailed it It really fun. It's really fun and and if nothing else I love to have fun at work. I love building things. And then i love destroying things so it's part of the process but oh no i welcome it in the the great news is i. You know i had collaborators. Painters and sculptors and classes who who were able to achieve the desired. Look very often. You start this and they go really. You want to rough it up that much and go yes than this time. The the crew the fabulous scenic artists Nailed it like right off the bat. They were not the least bit timid about About deconstructing these lovely sets. And we've all seen those kind of broken down carnivals. Haven't we some some time in our lives. I feel like we all have. yeah And there's something inherently broken down about a carnival. Anyway that's true. I think you'd you'd you'd be hard pressed to find a fresh bright exciting new unless it's on a commercial somewhere for some obscure pharmaceutical which is usually turn up. That was like catnip for production designer. Do a rundown carnival is just. That's just nirvana in the design and the hospital man talk about and this is something about rundown to me. There's nothing funny. You're than the concept of a hostile. That just looks like it's crawling with disease and it looks like the last place in the world you would ever want to go to get well or to get health care of any kind. I wouldn't go in the door there for an aspirin so that that was the fun of that is a a neo-fascist brutal listed hospital. That's really run down. What's interesting is i think. This is where production designers. Don't get the credit. A lot of the times is how important they are to buy the sets and the look of the production really set the tone of it too and each set kind of sets a different tone whether it were in this project and certainly and the men in black films it just. It's so important. The work you do because for the actors a step into it and it's almost hard not to be in character when you are playing on these sets. Yes you're right and thank you very much for making that observation. But that's kind of how i've made a living is making those kinds of set. And i do it. 'cause i love it. I absolutely love doing it. But you're right. It's helped for everyone. And it does absolutely is one of the most important aspects of establishing the tone you are aiming for and when you work with barry. Does he kinda give you any direction or he kinda. You kinda know each other's vibe right now and just kind lets you do what you wanna do. We have conversations we share some images. We laugh we pay and then Just tear into it. You know at this point. I've done a lot of work with him. So there's a there's the shorthand thing but there's also you know the material that we work on speak to may speaks to him we wouldn't do it otherwise and then out of that you know it just becomes clear at the more we get into it but yeah they always an exploration in the beginning. What could this be what is it. What is the easy answer then our. Let's think outside the box here. What could it be y. You know you challenge every aspect of it and that's part of the process of delineating a visual concept for the material shade tuned for more of the scifi. Talk indie film. Podcast back with more on john filmmaking on the fi talk indie podcast. Shalon apple take to. How do you work. Since the technology has certainly changed all our lives Do you still like to do the old fashioned sketching or do you use a program now or maybe a little bit of both. I'm old school. I sketch i do rough crying. I collect you know. Reference material data collect off the internet in the old days. We used books. Dr and i don't.
"t. bo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I don't know. I also get a certain age. It's like all right guys like cool off. We're like we're too old to be doing this. Let let the kids have the internet now. Like they should be the ones like making all the stuff i think like at a certain point. I just feel like now. I'm getting to the age. And just like i work and i present stuff. I'm not like out there spinning around every day. Well it must be relief in some ways. Having turned thirty. That like as somebody. That's been the narrative of your life has been about how young he was. Young is the exactly. You're a legit adult like it's over. Yeah exactly it's like. It's not impressive anymore. But i mean nobody i mean it's like it is it is it's like a total relief to be like okay now i can just and i've always wanted to do. I mean that's what i to do. I just the guy that pops up every two years and releases something and also like. I'm genuinely very happy with my level of recognition which is very minimal and would not want any more of it like. I don't want to be any more known than i am. Which i know is very stupid. As i'm like promoting a film than i'm in but but like i just mean that is not something i need to. I feel like i've built enough whatever That i can like justify making my next thing. And that's all i really care about is just the ability to make things and January i yeah. It's just like what. What does engaging with the cult. What does engaging on twitter all that stuff do other than just like i don't know i don't know what it does for me Well y- also makes me sick to my stomach. It makes me wanna yeah. Well you're nothing if not an engaging set of paradoxes. burnham it's part of why enjoyed chatting with you appreciate it and it's also it's important for me to like i wanna kinda in the corner give like a roadmap to our potential version of a roadmap to younger people right knowing up because i would go like man if i was young trying to make stuff i would be so confused and i wanna tell them you know people like you know it's not just about self promotion and isn't just about having to be out there all the time selling yourself you know like you also can take the time to just work and not worry about. Just i don't know. I would know how to how to start now. I feel very guilt. I feel i feel bad for people coming up now and i in case unhappy to say that. Maybe it'll be two years before we catch up again you can you can suffer and create your art in silence the horrors of twitter. Like i do because i'm a fool and But i do look forward to you know but but but the thing is truly the. You're doing the right thing. I mean it's like there should be people like there should be commentators. There should be that should. It's just like it's not everyone's job to job. That's my point. Like i particular type of people that do your job. It shouldn't be the thing. Everyone does enough fair enough. Well happy to say that a promising young woman has brought us together. And not once but twice in the sincere congratulations on it. Man honestly it is one of the best films. I've seen in quite some time. Your excellence in it and I hope everybody checks it out. And i hope we can keep talking as the years go by. Is you know i'm excited. I i love your career in that as openly said route. Like you're not going to be in stasis certainly is going to be mixing it up trying stuff and And that's an exciting exciting path to be on. So thanks for your time dude. I appreciate it thanks. Josh will help you live and so ends and other edition. Happy side confused. Remember to review right and subscribe to the show on itunes or wherever you get your focus on the big focus awesome. I'm daisy ridley and definitely both despite you..
"t. bo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Vogue burnham from. Stand up comedy to becoming a filmmaker with eighth grade to a starring role in promising young woman. Guys josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Second fused happy new year guys. Welcome to twenty twenty one. We made it. The darkness is behind us. Maybe some darkness ahead. There's always said but more light than dark. Let's all hope and pray and make it happen. Think positive thoughts as we begin this new year We're starting off with a fun. One bo burnham first time guest unhappy set confused you know in for his fantastic comedy his comedy specials. That's sort of where he made his name and on youtube and then of course with eighth grade a couple years back he wrote and directed that fantastic film. Starring elsie fisher. I love that movie. I got to know a little bit on that silly award circuit. He's hard to miss an a crowd by the way he's like nine feet tall so and he's like younger than every other awards nominee so he was easy to gravitate towards in that year And i was thrilled to catch up with him again actually twice in the last year because i saw him early in the year at sundance when promising. Young woman debuted caught up with him and carry. Morgan who is the true centerpiece by the way. She is the promising young woman at the center of that film. Abo- has a sizeable has. Es the leading leading male role so good for him And anyway. I got a chance to catch up with them about that film and now is a real treat because it really was. Maybe my favorite film of sundance and one of frankly my favorite films of twenty twenty. Do the top ten list. Maybe i still will. I'm feeling the peer pressure will see. It's one of the best films of the last year. A great bit of satire. comedy black comedy drama. It's got a little bit of everything. It is definitely its own beast very much. I would think if you're gonna compare to anything. I think of the great gusman santa film to die for. If you remember that film in the coal kidman. I don't say too much about the promise because it's watch wissant and turns but carry morgan. Basically plays a woman who has been wrong and who feels wronged and is out for revenge against men who have taken advantage of her and other women in her life and Y- it goes to some dark unexpected places but it is thoroughly entertaining from start to finish. Go in and enjoy everything that promising woman has to offer including a great performance from bo. Burnham who not only has the chops as a stand up comedian clearly and as a filmmaker but hold his own against carey mulligan. Who may be the best actor working today. So that's that's that's quite an achievement for bow. And i'm thrilled. That gave us an opportunity to catch up after nearly year. Apart and Bo is nothing. If not frank and honest and funny about what. This last year has been for him. You know. it's been difficult for him like it's been difficult for most if not all of us. So always welcomed that kind of honesty especially from somebody as smart and funny as bo. So i think you guys are going to enjoy this conversation. It's i really kicking off. Twenty twenty one in style so very happy about that other quick things mentioned stir-crazy. Your we've taken a couple of weeks off from stir-crazy on comedy central but fear. Not we are back next week. And the guests. I am pleased to say is the fantastic. Former guests of happy said confused. Jane levy currently starring of course on zoe's externally playlist back for season two on nbc support. That show it's a great piece of work. And jane is always fun and she delivered on this episode of stir crazy. That's on next week's episode. Seek it out on comedy. Central's facebook and youtube pages one more. Thank you wanna mention. We did a special happy. Second fused benefit at the end of twenty twenty. It was just for the the the folks that bought tickets to the symphony. Space event note will not appear as a podcast and part of that. The reason for that guys who understand is the whole objective of that was to make some money for some good charities and we did we succeeded so good on you guys and i have to make it special for the folks that came out for that. Live event. don't worry katrina. we'll be back on the podcast. Of course she will. Of course we'll do silly things porsche. stir crazy at some point. She is part. Of the josh horowitz friends and family collective so don't worry But for those of you that did come out. Two thousand plus of you for that live events What a joy. What a throwing way to end twenty twenty and raise some money for some good causes so my heartfelt thanks to all of you hope you guys enjoyed it as much as i enjoyed hosting it I guess that's all i wanna say except to say. I hope you guys are staying a healthy and safe. I hope things are looking up as we begin this new year. I'm filled with optimism and hope and excitement for all it's the and Let's start the year off with a great conversation with a great actor and filmmaker and writer. He's one of those multi hyphen. It's that i would hate if it wasn't so charming and nice and self deprecating. Here's my conversation with burn bo burnham. Welcome to the happy. Say confused podcasts. We were just saying we last saw each other in the before time when everything was good what happened. Oh well we let other in this sort of happy of the of the version of added. It's sad and confused. Yes sad and confused her. I i like gentle euphemisms for i think what's going on right now and you might need to add a few more slashes confused totally fucked up and yet de de personalized dead reborn dead again. I will take this. Forty minutes of distraction with you though hopefully will cheer each other up a little bit amidst this hellfire. I'm curious what what was. What was this. you're supposed to be for you and what it turned out to be. Will you know what okay. This is a good example. I was supposed to turn thirty. And i and i did kind. I was gonna say it was bad but they didn't destroy your birthday to tonight was all i was always like i never have. I had a birthday party since. I was fifteen and i right people birthday. I was like. I'll heather thirty and we'll all do some and and really sad. Yeah i i mean i. It's silly to talk about. Obviously the all of what's happened in the context of my stupid short like privileged life like having it better than most other people or most well other than the my chemical predisposition to not be able to experience joy. But we're on the phone together because we share this. Well i was gonna say. I mean you've been very open in talking about how you've dealt with anxiety over the years and i'm curious like have you coped in the most collectively stressful year in modern history. Like you're you know it's been it's been i. I went through the period that other people anxious people are people with whatever mental health issues. I know people had said well when the world really felt like it was ending. I actually felt great because like it's like i'm always worried that the world's gonna i'm always worried things going to be bad so when things really are bad i kind of have like a sense of calm and i had an. I had that a little bit but then it kinda kept going and yeah. I mean it's hard for everybody. I mean but i take i take solace in the fact that but also am sad about the fact that every single person i talked to seems to be in a very particular crisis like it's immigrant not all in the same crisis like my clothes like everyone's kind of going through something very specific during this time and like were kind of all uconn maybe just united by the fact that we're all going through our own thing but it's it is a deeply like for many people..
"t. bo" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Go consume that song especially if you have a cold beer in your hand now. The question which we've now rambled for five minutes the question is who would be the modern day artists. That, I would choose to cut the highway man. Of course, I'm starting with my boy Eric Church He's kind of the Modern Day Waylon. That I I'm not really concerned with what your opinion is. Attitude I'm GonNa cut the music I WANNA cut I'm gonNA write to music I want to write and I have such a loyal passionate expansive Aren't insane fan base that look man people who are in church choir hang on every word. They can't wait when new music comes out. They know every word to every song from the first record to the song. He just put out crazy land a few days of go, and by the way, if you haven't heard that yet get on that one too as part of your homework assignment to he is the music that he's put out. During the condemning, he's done it before but. You're seeing more because there's nothing going on it's just phenomenal onto. Put that little videos with the lyrics nothing brilliant tests to see. The writing of the songs that he does it's he's a savant. Savant. Dreamed it. So he texted me and told me I think he's actually put out to the public now anyway. So I'm not speaking out of school but. He was really. He woke up in the middle of the night having dreamed the chorus too crazy land. So he hops up out of bed writes down the chorus and the next morning, they finish the song. And if you go listen to this song. The writing is so deep. And so well, done it a blow your mind. Basically, the premise of the song is somebody lost their love. let them go shouldn't let him go but did and now they have regret and all the other negative emotions that come with a break-up. Or a love gone bad and all of those negative emotions are meeting up in a bar. And it'll blow your mind I. Mean it'll blow your mind lane and I have listened to on repeat. For some time now. And we just smile it's so well written. We just smile all time. So. Chief is definitely in that for some. Another person that's a friend of mine that I admire greatly as luke combs. Putting Luke in their his voice just. just He's an unbelievable singer and a great spirit and a great dude I've been really consuming his music a lot lately too and. I love his sound it's like it's it's a more nineties, Cana sound and I'm a little biased just like I'm biased with with Eric. I'm biased with Luke too because not only is luke buddy of mine but he's CO writers the guys that he sits in these rooms with and creates this brilliance with are also friends of mine. Guys like rifle -ture who is a buddy of mine ray was actually an equipment student manager at Georgia, and now he's over in Nashville right in some of the best songs. In in town Lukavica a cut called even though I'm leaving. Ray Hill Ray was a co writer on I song. So anyway I could go on and on. All right. So I got chief I got luke now got to add another person that I admire so much Chris Stapleton, admire his vocals obviously he's probably the best singer in town would just so much passion we go see Chris every summer and his tour manager Jason Heck is one of my best buddies and a fellow Air Jordan Aficionado. I love Stapleton. So I'm going with him. So now I have chief Luke Chris. and. I'm going to close it out with a guy that. wrote a song and in an recorded a song. that. Touched my soul in ways that very few songs do. Jamie Johnson is the true outlaw. Some of his songs are just unbelievable. Again I WANNA sing but I can't. And his song in color that a lot of you guys I'm sure no is probably his biggest commercial. Hit. It's just beautiful. It's about a couple from the World War Two era. and. Their love for one another and how someone is looking through a photo album and they see all these. Photos in black and white of parts of their lives whether that was fighting in the war whether that was getting married after the war. And the whole premise of the song is you should have seen it in color. And it's a stunningly beautiful song in in fact. That Song Impacted me. So deeply it demanded of me that I stop being so selfish and actually sit my grandfather down and ask him about his experience in World War Two. My grandfather James Massey. was. The preacher Man George Patents Third Army. I've probably mentioned that a Marty Smith's America. Before I don't know I don't remember. But he was. And I had never had the self confidence and was entirely too self absorbed to understand the magnitude. But here in that song demanded of me that. and. I did and I got to spend six hours. Listening to my grandfather told me stories about the war. Through tears. Through laughter. Through great pondering its. it was one of the most special moments interviews of my life. So thank you to Jamie for that but so that's who I'm going with. I'm going chief Luke Stapleton. Jimmy Johns. Kuffour because lyrically but also the kind of fit that mold of the highway men were like three standard. That's how they will. Because you think about you know we are said chief you know.
"t. bo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"T. BO Orlando's news and saw you know you're gonna take a lot of incoming as they say in the military for for this decision I'm prepared for that but I also think it's sad that now a days these partisan feelings are so strong that people have lost any sense of justice yeah so this is yesterday I don't know if you guys were following everything that happened yesterday because I was the end this was even after the show that when it was announced that the all the transcripts are being released ten and featured Grinnell apparently shot with boxes of them so that was fun see those are the times when I don't wanna live in DC I have zero desire to live in DC I am completely happy being away from it all in Texas but those that that's kind of one of the times that I'm like can I would love to have been there to witness that and to witness everybody's faces of that was all brought in welcome to the show I can't believe it but we made it's a free and in a less than last akam and delays on Twitter all three hours streamed on Facebook and you tube channel two and well it's not live at the moment but it will be later on channel two forty on Pluto TV via the first okay so we're gonna be open up phone lines here and a little bit after I get you set up because there are horrible things I'm looking at my order okay so first off I really quickly before we get into some of the transcript stuff I just to give you an update as to the unemployment rate it's it's not good the I mean we knew it wasn't going to be good we knew the unemployment rate was going to be what it was going to be a just because we shut down the economy right that's like if you hold your hand over a burner and it gets burned are you surprised just saying so the projection of twenty eight point two million jobs lost that was pretty much right on the dollar right on the money the bureau of labor statistics it's being called the worst jobs report in history because it's all about the the toll of the second economic lockdown that's what it's about and so the labor market twenty and a half million jobs in April and the unemployment rate is now looking at fourteen point seven percent that is a new record cell there's some that's the bad news the bad that's the bad news the best but here's I'm gonna tell you the good news and it's going to sound like I'm telling you bad news but I promise you it's good news the good news is that it's like this only because the economy is shut down meaning this is not something that took place because there was just really really bad market error error or there wasn't you know wasn't because you had some businesses and make some stupid decisions this is not like too big to fail or things of that nature that being said it's not something within the economy itself and the operation of center Kanemi that is creating this it is the government that shut it down so when things start to re open this will decrease now there's a cabbie ought to that it will decrease so long as people have jobs to go back to if people don't have jobs to go back to because we have stayed locked down too long that's gonna be a problem and you won't you will not see it you will not see it increases quickly or jump back as quickly they had thirty three million job claims just in March and April so that's so that's pretty significant that pretty significant numbers there so the and and and when you look at the breakdown of it a lot it's it's so many people that leaving the work force these are people I mean again new job losses people leaving the work force and it's every industry particularly restaurants and retail but this is something that's expected this is what was expected to happen this is also the reason why things can't stay locked down they can't so that's the latest jobs number I know it's not good but we are coming to this light in the tunnel and we're gonna be talking about that throughout the show also in addition last night the cracking was released that sounds so much more fun to say than just the transcripts transcripts are so boring I mean sometimes I like to dabble in a little bit of fear sensationalism although this really isn't not unlike that seen and pirates of the Caribbean when they're all on that boat and Davy Jones whose bill Nighy who is really up just an international treasure can we just like just have a side bar for a moment pause to say how amazing bill Nighy as I mean I will watch any movie this man isn't including love actually and I hate romance movies I love bill nine everything that he's done and if you have not seen the latest Emma that is up on Netflix and it has that one chick who was in the which was really really good bill Nighy is and that if you you know and it's a very quirky regard period piece on of Jane Austen's Emma so ladies mother's day weekend I promise you you will enjoy it and your husband's will enjoy a bill Nighy smart **** agree I promise you it's just a win for all okay come back so I had to do that because I just it's should be bill Nye appreciation day everyday he's one of my top three everybody knows Denzel's my number one like I don't get it no no no people may be an IG age why oh my gosh not that not that do we actually really isn't a scientist not him like the the great British thespian that is bill Nighy and I. G. H. Y. he is an international treasure one of my top three Denzel has number one and he is the only actor for which I will physically actually engage in a fist fight with someone over all right now let's bring it back so the crack and was released V. I don't know if you all checked out I was reading some of this last night at some of the stuff that has been released I have the letter from Richard Grinnell and I was reading excerpts of these these transcripts all night only yeah I want to get you some popcorn that's one of the things we should sell in the store on the Danish a store that's gonna be coming back momentarily and and then when we go through it's like this we can all sit eat popcorn together okay so first off and then I have a little bit of a development on this so first off one of the things that and and that really came out from the sun and all I give some some credit to Byron York here is this situation of who knew what and when and V. which I think is is kind of fascinating who knew what and when and how freely they all spoke to each other in these transcripts which is kind of crazy top justice department official Sally Yates learned about the Flynn Kislyak phone call from president Obama himself they were all watching the so it will hold I'm gonna give you a land here for you I'll be thinking that my phone was doing some like shady sketchy mics capture some kind of stuff that's not what was happening this is a guy who's going to be heading he's gonna be dealing with international issues as a part of the transitory committee right and so immediately when he was installed in that particular position and this is even after the election when the when the our president was president elect and you this is the same legit and every single administration I don't care when Obama administration there because that's what they're supposed to do it right if you're elected administration right after election does not have a transition team together where you have individuals with specific areas of expertise that are operating in those specific areas of expertise and reaching out to other people in that particular area of expertise to lay the land out as they were the new administration we're gonna be coming in you know tundra tundra that's what Mike Flynn was doing and and he was working on this in an international capacity so he was speaking with a number of elected R. for a number of foreign representatives because that was quite literally what his task was operating in that capacity as part of the transition team and everyone wants to pretend that this has never happened before and they want to be stupid about law and then they all in accurately cite the Logan act which is absent I'm not even a lawyer I pretend one opportunity one on radio I don't even a lawyer and I understand that that's an applicables I have not seen a singular actual lawyer who is actually licensed to practice law six in this area say that this is something that is actionable in this particular instance with Michael Flynn I mean I've even seen the never trump attorneys got yeah well it's actually kind of surprised us not really because it because then at that point and here's why if you're if you're going to try to invoke the Logan act on this guy are you right proactively invoking it on every single administration that has ever carried out the same tasks in a transitional capacity we do understand that I mean you have you you not only and that the Obama administration but you indict the bush administration and the Clinton administration and the bush administration again and so on and so forth when we see how this works so it was super from the get go but here's what they were trying to do in all of this they were hoping to scare him on the line and they actually talked about this in the transcripts they talked about this in the transcript they were hoping to maybe kind of fabricate and this is what Andy McCarthy who said last week while he was on our airwaves he had said that that this was particularly I the perjury trap that does exist it's a perjury trap she agreed to testify only because they were threatening a persecutor side and then what the thing is is that Bob Muller when he was putting that putting the plea agreement together he did include that would include that in the plea agreement and that was something that actually supposed to include that was required because they don't have to disclose that to any jury how in the world is that not them setting him up and I'm genuinely asking I've looked at the situation I've even looked at it very very quickly because I don't have a dog in this fight I don't know Michael Flynn I don't know any of these people I don't have a dog in this fight but I'm looking at that you know how honestly want to know how I judge everything and this is gonna sound really selfish but it actually benefits you this is how I judge everything could this be done to me if this can be done to me and I am no where near a highly decorated veteran like general Flynn if it could be done to me and I am not Donald Trump it can be done to.
"t. bo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"T. BO and our thirty years they've been in business for forty years but I don't think they've ever had the past couple weeks like they've had it here in central Florida on the radio today answering all of your questions because not only are they not in the studio they're back in their offices at eleven eleven Douglas Avenue as we continue to practice social distancing Joe I mean if you were to last couple of weeks then in perspective on over your entire career of seeing the financial markets how how would you put what we were to put this was this is the worst hi it's the worst in terms of a quick decline yes yes in terms of rapid decline but I think at least I can speak for our clients and Denise will do the same our clients and bunder stood that this is not a your typical recession kind of thing where the market goes bad because the economy is bad this is a government induced recession if you will that's the bad news the good news is with all the money that the fed and the treasury is pumping into the system we think it'll be a short live recession and a week see that last couple weeks right Jennings absolutely yes of the markets and come back around markets have come back and so our clients for the most part with very very very very very very few exceptions have stayed the course as they should have because what you don't want to do so at the bottom and by the top and you don't have a loss into yourself and we position all of our portfolios to provide liquidity for our clients when they need it so they have the ability to sell but to answer your question bottom line is this is the weirdest in my forty years of doing this is really something I had something planned so is you know back in two thousand and eight two thousand and nine and I may have said this on the year before I only had one client go to cash and it was in September of two thousand and eighteen I was just kind of curious as to if she had not gone to cash what her portfolio would have done so when she cashed out basically she lost at that point not even including two thousand and nineteen you know which is a great player she lost out on three hundred thousand dollars worth of growth she cashed out at eighty seven thousand and it would have grown to over three hundred and sixty thousand well that's what I will do for you and you have to recognize that investing is never straight line is never a smooth line there will be ups and downs and investing is long term it isn't the next week next month even the next year it's your lifetime if you're well positioned with quality investments over time in fact you will be successful our job as I said last week when Chris told one was on the air our job is as much financial managers is behavioral manager is keeping you from blowing yourself up and it's times like this that a professional advice you're really comes into play somebody that you can talk to that can guide you through this and give you peace of mind is like flying the airplane to the storm you know you're sitting there enjoying your meal watching the movie all of a sudden it the air pocket and you wondered what should I be doing what we should be doing to stay on the plane and don't jump out because the pilot who's been here through this time many many times will get you through the storm that's what we've done as we've done for our clients over the many many years or certified financial group we are certified financial planners we work with our clients as fiduciaries we do financial planning investment management for a fee and unlike a lot of firms around town every planner in our office is a certified financial planner we have twelve of them and we do financial planning investment investment management as I said for a fee but the good news for you this morning isn't he said I heard this morning to take your calls and.
"t. bo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Five W. T. BO honestly I'm I'm a little bit I'm I'm of two minds right now because today is Friday which would ordinarily be a jubilant day for a lot of people right but in under this new normal Marcia I I don't know what Friday means anymore I don't know I was thinking the same thing coming in because I mean Fridays we usually are looking for that uplifting fun stuff to do you know when we write stories and you know positive things try to in the week in a note you know it's gonna be a little bit tough to do because this weekend I think a lot of us are gonna be in a state of confusion as to what we can and cannot do what we should and should not do and if and frankly what we can and cannot do and what we should and should not do are different things regrettably but it's it's gonna be an interesting weekend hit us up on the open Mike let us know let us know what this weekend means to you let us know what you're gonna be doing this weekend let us know if you're dreading this weekend because a lot of people just bored reading each day just counting the days like a prison sentence until we get our lives back it's five ten now your listing Orlando's morning news summary computer and I'm Marcia Taylor more cases of the virus are being reported in the U. S. military chief of staff James McConnell says they are close to three hundred confirmed cases hundreds of soldiers sixty four apartment E. army civilians sixty five our dependence nine our cadets and fifty our army contractors yes he says the army is taking steps to limit unnecessary exposure to U. S. troops around the world thousands of sailors aboard a navy aircraft carrier find themselves on lockdown outside of Guam after several board tested positive for covert nineteen five thousand U. S. sailors are on lockdown as corona virus now spread through one of America's largest warships at least two dozen crewmen aboard the USS Roosevelt have tested positive navy secretary Richard Spencer we are in the process now of testing a hundred percent of the crew of that ship N. as the like with a B. C. news Washington well while we all stay in place and trying not to shopper social distance if you've been by Walgreens you notice they are helping shoppers get what they need without even leaving the car simply pull up into the drive through and ask for a menu of available items that includes cough and cold medicine pain relief meds baby formula groceries and medical supplies reporter dean meteo the number of couples wanting to call it quits in China just continues to soar following all that self isolation amid the corona virus outbreak missing so many one city is putting a ten couple limit per day on divorces you know but I I think in addition I think I think we will have a baby boom in nine months that will rival the baby boomers I I think a global baby boom is is on its way much to host the dude where is it I think she lost is it and and I I'm in for the for the couples that can at least tolerate one another I think they're gonna be they're gonna be reproducing and is gonna be a lot of that going on around.
"t. bo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"T. BO and as we continue former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich is with us yeah we're learning a lot I've just gone over I I kind of I went through a whole laundry list of all the things that that the president has done and in the list is long and starting with the travel ban every single thing that he has gotten done and I looked at the I went over the very specific list of everything that he's done particularly for New York and I look at all the money wasted by the mayor of New York and I've chronicled that and the governor of New York and they sit there and they have their press conferences and scare the crap out of everybody every day and demand we do more than anymore this new name for this for this president said yes to everything and and hyper you know supersonic speed it's been getting to New York or thousand ventilators this week all of the all four hospitals being built you got a a med medical ship navy ship all in the New York harbor and they still complain and yet I can't believe New York is so ill prepared considering its its target number one for the entire United States how is that possible well I think first of all the New York is so central to all the different things we do as a country since central and communications of some components it is an extraordinary place and I think that sometimes we underestimate how wonderful addiction and I've I've been thinking for a couple days you know question are involved and we're looking at Italy hosts happiness with a look at the Milan which is in some ways the center of the call it the demicube terms in Italy and I look over at New York and I think you know how can you organize a city of that size in a metropolitan area going up to Westchester and Long Island a part of genetic important Jersey to deal with that kind of thing like this I think that's what makes New York uniquely complicated and uniquely vulnerable and I'm embarrassed that this will surprise you some of the most support I'm very sympathetic to the scale of the problem the governor Cuomo S. so my question is does the pressure hi everybody its hands on deck in the negative things did they just scream at you the the rest of the day and I but we don't have this built up this winter like if you guys didn't even have masks armed for anything but I can't look into your order I mean what you do if you're a new York regarding this and I have a big mouth your temper I hear you I got it yeah you said that I did not say that what well I think what's still there New Gingrich is with us Hannity dot com is the book check that would take calls in the next half hour eight hundred nine four one Shawn Dr oz coming up and senator Tim Scott straight ahead this is news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now four thirty eight news ninety six point five W. DPO you heard it here live moments ago a United launch alliance atlas five rocket after about a ninety minute delay of beautiful successful and launch from the Cape Canaveral Air Force station this afternoon that rocket carrying a communications satellite into orbit it is also the very first launch under the new U. S. space force again maybe you baby you got to see it but a perfect picture perfect launch from the Cape this afternoon can Gresham leaders now already looking ahead to what's next in terms of federal aid to help deal with the corona virus outbreak I'm Jamie do pre in Washington the morning after Senate approval of a sweeping economic rescue plan tomorrow will bring the bill to the floor speaker Nancy Pelosi said it's probably only the start we have to do more there's no question that more money will be needed telling reporters about a conversation with the head of the federal reserve chairman of the fed's Powell said to me interest rates are as low as the ever be thank thick as the economy struggles to deal with the virus outbreak news ninety six point five W. 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"T. BO and think about all the people that cruise is booked in the next two months all those paddle now yeah you gotta cancel well your cruises have been cancelled yeah spring breakers think of us and I I came this close to booking a vacation on a cruise ship but but for my own bad planning I waited too long and most of the cruise spots I wanted were already taken for spring break but I did plan a vacation of one of a staycation at one of our resorts with my kids for a few days but at least it's not traveling at least I will be in airports and I won't be on and stuck on cruise ships but I was with the exception of visiting family you never take vacation I never take vacations I never I never go places nine yeah I don't I don't go places I don't even know where I need to go so if you did want to fly somewhere in the US right now is a great time to do it there air fares are so low truly amazing how low the fares are but think about all those people to work on those cruise ships for two months forget about the vacationers whose plans have now been screwed up but think about the people that that depend on that economy they depend on those ships for their survival and to be interesting to nurses so many of them are from foreign countries that work where they're going for those two months that and they go that is a that is another great question Marcia because yes some of these people will go home to China to Italy to places where the outbreak is much worse wow that just stinks Phil philosophy I feel for those people no doubt about it man it's eight fifty four now on Orlando's morning news I'm Marcia Taylor and I'm Carol moody president trump upping the ante suspending all travel from Europe to the to the US for the next thirty days beginning tomorrow these restrictions will be adjusted subject to conditions on the ground okay nineteen panic in the skies after a flight from Colorado to Newark New Jersey was forced to make a stop in Denver not long after take off on Sunday three passengers became unruly when one passenger kept coughing and sneezing they became so on Rowley that the plane stopped in the three were escorted off by police the passenger was sneezing and coughing was screened on board and it was revealed that they were suffering from allergies Laureline is ninety six point five W. DDL and the president's travel ban hitting the markets hard doubt futures are off more than a thousand points this morning markets in Asia are also lower today and at first the president said travel restrictions would apply to trading cargo later he corrected himself saying that trade will in no way be affected by the travel restriction good morning it's eight fifty six now your listing to Orlando's morning news good morning Joe the gradual warm up continues each day through the weekend and really right into next week for today by this afternoon hitting eighty four partly cloudy and mainly dry to be good looking but warm afternoon then for tonight some patchy fog temperatures down to sixty three tomorrow or Friday partly cloudy highs around eighty four channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist Brian shields Brian Brian Brian now it's cloudy and sixty five at Orlando's severe weather station take such purity triple team traffic and I wanted to air ground you still have the latest by thirty two Osceola parkway to buy thirty.
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"T. BO would you consider asking someone to be running that it's too early to talk about that but certainly I have a lot of respect for summer warm and would love to sit down we'll talk to her about what kind of roles she can play in our administration yeah just sit down but little chats between miss Warren and Mister Sanders we'll see if that happens my name's Pete hegseth in for Brian Kilmeade on the Brian Kilmeade show and we're taking your calls right now we're gonna start with Eric in Orlando you've got a comment on Warren and Bernie yes I think she's holding out her endorsement that is a power broker place I can get that little clip you just played hits that spot on the main reason I called the I was Brian's gas that the Jerry's first annual stocks patriot awards you did a great job posting I got to get meet so many people at the turn out as positive energy in that place I was so listed positivist is contagious and I last they're going in the country said in the right way I got to meet so many people get so many books signed you can get close to Bongino is your book would have been out I would have got your books signed thank you very much Sir great day it was a great day I I appreciate I echo that Erica was a beautiful day and you will all get your book eventually American crusade will make it happen I and I know Brian's book signing was out the door and as was everybody's but I I love the patriot awards because I think a country with what you celebrate is a reflection of what you value and and we don't value and celebrate and now for the people who do the heavy lifting every day and that's we try to do a fox next to Eric thank you very much for the support and you know what I asked your theory it could be true I I think you know playing hard to get a little bit to get a concession in order to be the VP I find it hard to believe that that Bernie Sanders could or would pick on so called moderate at this point if there are any left for the Democrats who he's going left the question is is there too much of a personality conflict at this point for it to be Elizabeth Warren and dished wouldn't stick in her cross if you really did feel like Bernie said a woman couldn't be president to instead be his vice president I don't know inter personal ID and amex is we all know can play a huge role Sabrina in Orlando also has a few thoughts Sabrina you can return it thank you so much for taking my call for your service to our country on Elizabeth Warren thing I think she is that opportunists in the worst sense of the word and I don't think that she will stay true to her fans and do anything to help Bernie I think she can take a back door deal to help fight it I think you're right I I it just feels that way she feels if she feels are set to ambitious and selfish and ultimately crave and that she's and she's you know listen she'll be a loyal soldier when she needs to be that in this case I think you're right if the deal is sweetened enough she can find a way to rationalize a Joe Biden here's the scary thing about Joe Biden is is is that he's an empty vessel enough he realizes that he needs energy and energy comes with other people that people are excited about not him so you take Elizabeth Warren you say I'm gonna make her my X. Y. Z. and she's getting this I'm gonna make her my health health and Human Services secretary or something like that so she can implicate implicate implemented Medicare for all because that's what he's good at just like Beto Rourke on guns were in okay chief gun grabber take the most left wing people you can work who have a constituency put it in your cabinet so you're going to pick up and use that as the rationale for your candidacy it might it could could be the case I would not put it past Elizabeth three night I thank them very much go ahead in reason I called was because I wanna know can Romney be replaced on the on the committee to support the keynote it tells in the house during impeachment ever play replace Republicans to get Republicans they could ask the good questions the why can't run the the replace supported the pizza for hunter Biden is voted on so good question that someone should place to Mitch McConnell maybe we'll try to get him on the program this weekend on fox and friends asked that very question yeah I mean can we replacement Romney altogether I think a lot of us feel that way and you kind of wonder how you toss fell for that yet again yeah you'd like to have your strongest guns on those committees problems you know the Senate very collegial now that my colleague I can't I can't defend my colleague on the on the other side or even within my own party so I don't I don't think will happen but it's a good idea I love it and maybe we can find a way to get Jim Jordan in there again you have to be a senator to be in a Senate committee check the rules I don't know just saying Jim Jordan artillery senator for a committee hearing let him in there and do is they really got about thirty seconds left I'm going to go to Gary in Daytona Florida Gary it would be really quick thanks for your service first of all I think you're off the hook with Brian this morning because Brian the don king of promotional books mentioned doing that you're promoting the blog and on the town hall with marker brought absolutely incredible Donald Trump has the the DNA I mean it's just the way he answers snaps off of the help to their questions and there's not a chance not a chance in the world the Joe Biden will ever do one hour Donald Trump put it down to our adjuster is with which he handles that just projects what the left is going to be up against a great point about that town hall Gerry don king of selling books Brian Kilmeade I think we might have to use that could go his business card we're glad you're here at pride kill me so don't go anywhere match lap.
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"Ninety six point five W. T. BO after a really crappy day it's very cold rainy cloudy just a just a gross day yesterday we got beautiful skies out there today the perfect day to get out there and get some stuff done on the car and we're here to help out with that for your back patio in back yeah you know there's an ask the experts show for every possible thing you can get yourself in trouble well that is true you know about that but what I'm thinking about it I do want to thank my neighbor Tim for lending me such a hand over the last couple days of the house I mean we're doing heavy work and stuff you got somebody hanging around to help you left in the log yeah you know a lot of what a player that is you know but I really appreciate what you did there to him it was great really appreciate your help first in line at that the barbecue next week have that set man that's it yeah it there's nothing better than a good neighbor you know that not alone and trust me whenever he breaks something in his cells for the plumbing is Traugott you know I'm always kind of have to go give it my hands so you know I guess it's pay back you got to remember that you have said actually yes yeah you're not right I was not sure nothing better than a good neighbor we alone are excellent people always and come in handy here we have one open line for you right now eight four four two two zero zero nine six five eight four four two two zero zero nine six five we have a three thirty one of the phone lines here well on everyone thought it was going to phone line okay let's do it Jerry in Titusville what's going on Jerry how you doing Larry we're doing good Jerry you got a two thousand three Toyota tundra tell me what's going on with it get that emissions check engine light when I took it to the dealership several times he scanned it with a little pocket scanner because it's got nothing to do with that valve cover job that we did earlier they had to take off the plan I'm in the valve covers and replace a bunch of sales and everything and I had issues with the vacuum to the to the cruise control on the throttle body and and that had them monkey with it on three occasions to get it right now the check engine light for the admissions and I got a new gas cap he says well I can check it for you for eighty dollars but I'm gonna use the big computer I said why don't you smoke tested for may find out where the vacuum like are you registering for a all right now on average this is great I love it what well he's gonna use the electronic come big computer like Spock uses on the captain Kirk instead of that little tiny hand one you need a little hand one is the Fred Flintstone model you can use the space lease process although the cogs will go in and then instead of the working for Mister sea ladies working for Mr space right now so he says it's got nothing to do with the front and eight and then it's going to it's either you get arrested in the throat or you go to the gas cap or you get the somewhere and I said well that's why I wanted to do the smoke test well that'll be another eighty dollars and I was so frustrated I just paid him the money and left whether I I'm tempted to go back in and complain to the management that I I don't want to you they are spatially sprocket George Jetson test I want to have the Fred Flintstone Barney rebels or the Cheech and Chong S. S. yeah Gerry you know when you've got an evaporative fuel system code you know you're going to have to have a smoke test to find out if there's a leak somewhere you know it it is possible when they did the work on it maybe they got some cross stop or whatever but the bottom line is you are you hooked to some smoke machine up to your fuel tank you turn it on and you wherever you're selling it is for your rapper fuel system that has to open or close that circuit you don't usually if you just disconnect it on the other side of it we're goes back into the intake system or wherever it goes on that vehicle if you smoke test it you know so it may be lake and you know it may have some contamination and it it's not sealing the the tank up you gotta remember you got to have positive pressure in the fuel tank when that engines running if you don't then it'll set a code like this don't you always consider code is if that gas cap were of filler neck or the the fuel pump module seal or one of the evaporative fuel lines going to the charcoal canister or even the of after the fuel system solenoid it can only you know so there's a lot of leaks and it would be nothing but the dumbest guess work in the whole entire world if you did not do a smoke test so but you know you listen to the show so let me see if I had the problem that you've got I would take my car to you before I wouldn't take it to the guy you took yourself is that make any sense dear you have a great weekend good stuff Jerry Pritchett you joining us here let's go to the land and we're gonna talk with Douglas Douglas welcome to the show Doug go ahead or you with this one yeah go ahead but I am here all right right trying to find out if there's maybe some water on the issue of my break since both my calipers all month from a from a truck just like the pistons just disintegrated ouch so they both over heated and they got cooked then I got cooked in one I wanna falling apart they used the testers just crumbled yeah they got real hot well one of the reasons is I am especially on a larger truck like that I wouldn't of wanted those plastic bakelite pistons anyway I would have preferred to have had stainless steel pistons on a big truck I mean I'm I'm surprised they even had those plastic pistons on a truck like that huh they were they were still best they were staying let's so out of order yeah they've done I just don't I don't have it in court yeah I thought you Brenda calipers now have you had any other break work done on that truck no I've had over two years and I only drive it like eight thousand miles a year I mean I have a stable car drive to work so I don't drive the truck and it's you know a lot lot of a lot of money for diesel so yeah so what what do you use the truck for pulling boat or camper all up for a full minute McCall all day about the photo camera behind it okay Doug listen you know a lot of times when you get a situation like this aren't the only reason is you're gonna get breaks hot enough to to literally disintegrates stainless steel pistons the the only way to that's going to happen is if you've got positive brake pressure on your calipers at all times you know and and you're just you know and and the more you drive the the more friction is being developed between the pads and the rotors and you've got to develop a lot of heat especially to cook you know caliper pistons the this is what you're going to have going on here there could be a issue with a brake control modul that's you know actually causing too much positive pressure on the the the front calipers you know keeping positive pressure on your brakes even when your foot's not touching the brake pedal but I'll tell you more times than not it's usually because of something where somebody has replaced the master cylinder and what happens is it's you know somebody will hit the brake pedal and you know I'd rather replace the master cylinder and for some reason or other the master sellers not coming all the way back and so what it'll do is it'll it'll keep pressure on the brakes and that's what usually causes it if it's both sides if you only got one side I'd say it was a break because but if you've got both a year for us it's either going to be the master cylinder when you take that master cylinder off and you start pulling it away from the power brake you know apparatus that it bolts to if there if you're having to push that master cylinder back against either in your case I don't think it's a booster it's probably hydro boost on that if you're having to push it you know it's kind of like spring loaded to push the master cylinder back before you'd run the notes down to hold in place that's usually a sign that that the piston inside the master cylinder is too far advanced and that's usually a sign that either the strong master cylinder or either the brake master cylinder rod that that actually pushes into the master cylinder is the wrong length so something like that is usually what you find and unless you run into problems like this in the fed to solve them in the past it'll drop a poor guy crazy because you know the only thing that a consumer can do is buy parts you know and if there's something in there like the brake rod you know that that that that you know presses against the the piston in the master cylinder if you don't know this somebody's jury rigged that or put a different rod in it or something like that you'll just keep going through the same problem that you've got over and over and over but ninety percent of the time when I have an issue like this it is usually something causing the master cylinder to keep positive pressure on the brakes and usually the only thing it'll do that is the actual rod so you if you're gonna do this yourself what I'd probably do is I'd loosen up the master cylinder one cracking lines lose just loosen up the master cylinder and pull it back a little bit and then try to push it against your your your power breaks there and see if it actually takes sincerely feels like it's spring loaded if it is you've got an issue with that ride so I'll check into that let us know what you find with it I now wish you a whole bunch of luck good luck there Doug appreciate your calling us and and call in show with that question a four four two two zero zero nine six five we're gonna go to Rick and Sebastian river welcome to the show what is your question for later Perry Hey Larry how you doing we're doing good good my wife has a twenty fourteen Honda CRV and it's been having this little miss right to twenty five miles an hour right before it ships for the longest time and I looked online.
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"T. BO just cannot believe how big the crowds still aren't Hollywood studios I've seen a picture of the of people out at the opening of Hollywood studios lately but still to this day every day since they opened rise the resistance I mean it is been predawn people lining up by shoulder to shoulder elbow to elbow lining up in Hollywood studios to get into a ride to the to get a boarding pass for rise of the resistance six thirty nine and now on our land does morning news my name is Joe Kelly and I'm joined by NBC news radio's bills them for and bill there was once a time in which the the Boy Scouts were were truly just part of americana when I think of those Norman Rockwell of paintings of americana back in the day and so many of them feature Boy Scouts yeah I still have my sash with my merit badges on a Joe was I don't I have that minus somewhere in my house to yeah it was part of growing up for a young man and we are all in the cub scouts and the Boy Scouts growing up and that now yes the Boy Scouts have taken on a little bit of a tinge to image here because of all of the abuse lawsuits that have been filed in sexual abuse claims that have been filed many of them going back decades in fact are now the Boy Scouts latest movies they have filed for reorganization under chapter eleven declaring bankruptcy as a result of Buck's hundreds of abuse lawsuits and more waiting against the Boy Scouts and so far they have paid out a hundred fifty million dollars in settlements and legal fees because of this now there is some criticism over these movies well which really is a logical move it is similar to what many Catholic diocese did across the country similar to what USA gymnastics did when they're on bridge of sexual assault lawsuits were filed against them and claims were made against them so they say the Boy Scouts say this is a chance for them to re organized establish a victim compensation trust fund and take care of all of the other victims of abuse claims against the Boy Scouts critics will say Joe that this is merely an attempt by the Boy Scouts of damage control to try to control how much they will pay out in claims and set a deadline because as part of this plan they must set a deadline for claims to be made now some abuse victims made just not want to come forward in fact there are stories out there of of men in their seventies just now coming forward after hearing about this story again so some people may not want to come forward but there will be a deadline set as part of this as well now the Boy Scouts will remain a viable entity most likely they will remain in operation your local councils your local troops most likely will remain in operation but again their reputation has been severely damaged in fact participation in the Boy Scouts down twenty six percent over the last decade Joe wow that's so that's real shame I've got my my Eagle Scout by my Eagle Scout certificate was signed by then president Ronald Reagan which I I just love having an Eagle Scout certificate signed by Ronald Reagan the president whoever the president is at the at the moment is the honorary president of the Boy Scouts as well and at least that usually the case I don't know if that's still the case now that was the case when I was in scouts at least NBC news radio's bills in for with the latest challenges that these scouts are facing moving forward six forty two now on Orlando's morning news updated weather and traffic every six minutes the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning meteorologist Brian shield good morning good morning Joe a lot of changes moving in later this week for today still around eighty three degrees a mix of clouds and sun and a chance of a passing shower tonight some isolated showers temperatures down in the sixties tomorrow our front starts to work and still on the warm side of it still low eighties tomorrow but a forty percent chance of rain for our Thursday then on Friday behind the front it's going to be chilly highs in the upper fifties and lower sixties on Friday lots of clouds leftover shower on Friday Saturday rain chance twenty percent highs run sixty seven Sunday partly cloudy skies back to about seventy five four channel nine Eyewitness News I meteorologist Brian shield Brian now it is cloudy foggy is seventy three at Orlando severe weather station six touches security triple team at traffic.
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"Five W. T. BO one percent of the expected vote is in Bernie Sanders is in the lead in while we here at ABC news are not yet projecting a winner it does seem like Bernie Sanders is going to win this state but by no where near the margin he wanted in twenty sixteen he has twenty eight percent of the vote right now followed closely behind in second place by people to judge and any club which are who are running nearly neck and neck Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden will do no better than fourth place tonight Biden bolted this state ceding ground headed to South Carolina where he's due to speak to his supporters later this hour in the last hour we heard from Michael Bennett and Andrew Yang both of them dropped out of the race let's get straight to the decision desk at ABC news with Brian Clark about what's driving these voters to make the decisions they did Brian fired once again it seems to be health care the most important issues for the voters in New Hampshire in the democratic primary at least thirty six percent said healthcare was what made them support their candidate and a third of that group made Bernie Sanders their choice climate change was second for about twenty four percent of voters they preferred Pete booty judge over Bernie Sanders and any club a shark any club which I got a second look after the debate and we know Brian that the ABC news debate on Friday really helped a lot of people in this state make up their mind yeah half of the voters in New Hampshire's democratic primary say they only made up their mind in the last couple of days some of them even today on their way to the polls here from Brad milky a few minutes ago who talk to a voter who cast his vote said he was still undecided will vote counted but that just shows the up in the air nature of this race and something else that jumped out at me well a lot of talk about the device in the party fifty two percent call Bernie Sanders too liberal among the Democrats so who did that group support will thirty nine percent of them according to the early exit polls one for any clover shark twenty nine percent for Pete booty judge and in an ominous sign for the former vice president just twelve percent of those who said Bernie Sanders is too liberal went for Joe Biden Joe Biden had said that he is the most electable the best one to take on Donald Trump but as soon as he arrived in this state from Iowa which he had to himself for the most part well the senators running were busy with the impeachment trial he conceded he wasn't going to do well and shortly after greeting supporters as they were still going to the polls Joe Biden left New Hampshire headed to South Carolina the polls have been closed now for more than an hour Democrats were expecting pretty good turn out A. B. C.'s Kristin Otto was camped here in New Hampshire four I feel stupid gone for I don't know year and a half now something like that feel so long.
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"T. BO so is anybody taking Monday off then for the Superbowl I think we all should are there a moody often takes the Monday after this yeah is he off Monday no surprise yeah Chris you're off Monday I think I'm off tomorrow actually are you I think I'm taken the Superbowl Friday off the sounds good timing it has you know because you know why not make those wings sure seven seventeen now on our land does morning news every computer Marcia Taylor president trump is tweeting this clip from John Bolton it's from a radio free Europe interview in August the president called to congratulate presence Lansky on his election and then on to his success in the parliamentary election they were very warm and cordial calls we're hoping that they'll be able to meet in Warsaw and have a few minutes together he's even pinned it to the top of his feet with the comment game over new in the bowl bomb shell the National Security Council says the book has top secret details that must be removed in a letter to Bolton's attorney the an S. C. warns of the manuscript may not be published or otherwise disclose without the deletion of this classified information old rejects the charge while a lot of people in Sanford irritated about their water bill some of them say their water bills have doubled or tripled without explanation the city's utilities manager William Marcus is aware but he doesn't know what's going on either people are I will ask what and why the high bill and we'll have to look at whether it's something on their side of the meter our side of the meeting the city is Sanford is currently in the middle of a multi year long meter exchange program to replace old devices but now they add they're happy to work with anyone individually Brandon Hogan news ninety six point five W. D. V. seven nineteen on Orlando's morning news the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning we're joined now by Tom Terry good morning Joe we are racing to another work week we're in between storms systems we have one that moved by last night has some scattered showers yesterday slight chance for shower later today mainly because otherwise we'll stay with highs right around seventy three degrees today and we're still looking at a warm day tomorrow highs back in the mid seventies yet another fast moving storm system which is now living in a way S. taxes will be here by tomorrow early evening rats even late afternoon in a few spots so we'll still see some Friday evening showers and then we move it out quickly early Saturday morning giving us a slightly cooler but very nice weekend they extend the five day forecast Saturday were back in the right around seventy degrees in upper sixties for highs with clear skies for Superbowl Sunday they extend the five day forecast for times an hour I'm Tom Terry now see a later today on channel nine starting at four PM Tom it's cloudy grows some mess to it is now fifty six at Orlando severe weather station six such as security triple team traffic.
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"Ninety six point five W. T. BO we know there was no quid pro quo for on the call we know that from the transcript what the call is not the only evidence showing that there was no quid pro quo there couldn't possibly have been a quid pro quo because the cranes did not even know that the security assistance was on hold until it was reported in the media by politico at the end of August yeah for some reason that is something which is totally under appreciated number one that was a totally partisan to preach impeachment for the first time ever that one Republican voter Fortin two Democrats didn't want actually switch parties and Alberta no really talks about what actually happened in the end no there was a break in in Watergate Andrew Johnson was a raging racist and there was a problem with Bill Clinton lying admitted it apologizing and then we'll breaking itself got it this is different in that they're saying that what the president wanted to do is high crimes with misdemeanors but no one saying that it actually came off because it did another thing to change his job bones book extras come out they said that John Bolton says or the and the pre orders reveal the people are interested in this revealed that that would make people calling a bomb shell that says essentially that trump aid was tied to increase that he wanted us that president trump told Bolton that he wanted to continue freezing three engine ninety one million dollars in security systems to the Ukraine until officials there help with investigations into Democrats including the bidens going to numb publish men's group for for a performer visor now but look at this face value does not surprise me because the president believes the previous administration try to do that all they could to make his first term in office get a lead on productive in but I've played with investigations one of which was the Russia probe we know James call me did we don't have the FISA warrants was that was but was abused and we know right now to that the prison was very curious rap in the Ukraine they know about people that said that they would be a had a role in the subversive acts in the twenty sixteen election and were very anti trump so he wanted to know for the new guide you played a reading out corruption could you find out what Joe Biden did now why Joe Biden Democrats would say because he is the president's most feared opponent but people who look at this logically would say it was Eric holder Susan rice who was in charge of the Ukraine and their relative gotta keep position at a board member any of the number one gas company in that energy company in the region certainly in the country and then that country does subversive things to the sitting president he be justice curiousity Joe Biden so when Joe but when president trump realizes that security visors write a book saying those political purposes tied yeah it was political only that the Democrats he believed played a role in the Ukrainians work against a twenty sixteen very curious to see if the how the trump legal team will approach this summer not concerned some are concerned so Adam Schiff says now we have to call John Bolton they'll doubt about it if you want to call jumble Mick Mulvaney and Mike Pompeii you'll have an easier time today than before these revelations came out the other thing is the reason why I came out is the from manuscript according to his lawyers was handed to be banned it in to be vetted for security reasons before was published and mysteriously it came out with some details from the White House they said this shows the White House process is corrupted don't blame them we'll see where that goes they had to do a lot of spinning today it doesn't make the president look good does not make him look bad this season to be fatal I still don't think we're gonna have witnesses I think it ends this week but it's not up to me is that this is in college met Ronnie sent a marble Lamar Alexander and Lisa McCaskey I'm not gonna be deciding that and either you so we'll talk about that impeachment we'll talk about the president's policies I love the fact that you get to the three hours yesterday I hope he does about four hours today at four hours tomorrow we start getting to a vote about moving forward with witnesses in putting up the press is going to be impeached by two thirds of the Senate this week some say as early as Friday and guess who's going to be the happiest Sanders clover terror and warned and by the way in Iowa where everyone's focusing so much of their energies guess who's in first place this guy named Bernie Sanders by about four points in the latest polling this blow you away the Bernie Sanders is a in the first place the people know what he stands for how implausible impractical as programs aren't won the national poll Joe Biden still leads all the lust for Pensacola points it's got twenty six points Sanders twenty three Warren fourteen Bloomberg ten nationally which shows even more of an improvement and then mayor Pete at seven percent the battleground tracker in battleground tracker you'll see a lot to be encouraged about if you are Bernie Sanders he's got a a one point lead twenty six twenty five twenty two club which was fifteen and then seven in Iowa it is twenty five to mayor Pete eighteen to Biden seventeen to warrants fifteen so Joe Biden's malarkey toward ended up not producing very much according to a fox news poll the other problem with Bernie Sanders and by him being in front of my sense is he's going to get a feel some RAF in the next debate everything he does is unaffordable Bernie Sanders it world the world in the country the Bernie Sanders you see a lot of things change to industries they collectively employed hundreds of not thousands of people would be wouldn't be better regulator reforms into his administration they would be embossed abolished much is still kind of valley our premium growth engine would be turned into a choirs I public utility and they don't have a climate pull a does not have a climate plan that will work so kind always hurting that at least five costly in the trillions of dollars of our plans five of Bernie Sanders plans would be costing trillions of dollars of peace nothing about his stuff is practical nothing's ever been implemented but yet the American people what the Democrats.
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